Pasture Perfect by Jo Robinson
Pasture Perfect: How You Can Benefit from Choosing Meat, Eggs, and Dairy Products from Grass-Fed Animals by Jo Robinson.
In this breakthrough book, Robinson explains why tens of thousands of people are saying "no" to factory farming, and buying their meats, eggs and dairy products from pasture-based ranchers. You'll learn why grass-fed beef, pork, lamb, bison and dairy products are safer, healthier, and more beneficial for you, the farmers, the animals, and the environment.
Pasture Perfect takes you on a "pasture walk" of a grass-based farm where dedicated farmers raise their cattle on grass alone. The animals never leave the farm and live natural, stress-free lives eating their native diet. Next, you'll be given a tour of a factory farm and see the night and day differences. It will be very clear why Old MacDonald doesn't live there anymore.
Pasture Perfect gives you practical advice to help you make the transition to grass-fed products, including:
· Help with finding quality grass-fed products
· Wrapping, freezing, and cooking instructions, and
· Sixty farm-tested, delicious recipes.
Buy multiple copies of Pasture Perfect and receive substantial reductions from the individual copy price.
©2011. Paperback. 152 pages.
Praise for Robinson's Work
"Jo Robinson is the undisputed maven of fact-based health information about grass-fed meat and dairy products. You can always count on her hard-nosed "show me the research" skepticism toward any and all health claims. If she writes about it, you know that what she tells you is based on science and not hyperbole."—Allan Nation, Editor, The Stockman Grass Farmer
"Through Jo's dedicated gathering of relevant research we are coming to know that pasture-raised animal products are healthier for us. Read this book and buy your animal products from stewards who raise their animals on high-quality pasture."—George Boody, Executive Director, Land Stewardship Project
Jo Robinson is the "high priestess for the pasture-feeding movement ...Unlike other evangelists for organicity, Robinson backs up her passionate beliefs with thorough research."—The Seattle Weekly